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The Fine Line Between Rescuing and Kidnapping Wild Baby Animals

It is baby time in the wildlife world!  From white-tailed deer fawns to fledgling sparrows, babies seem to be popping up everywhere.  And with all this activity inevitably comes human-wildlife interaction.  Although accidents happen, i.e., collisions with cars, feral animal attack, etc., that leave wildlife young orphaned, sometimes alone doesn’t really mean alone.  It is very common that wildlife parents… Read more »